CRM Training Plans
From the mild coastal climate of Vancouver to the bitter cold of Ottawa and even the snow-covered east coast, there’s a winter run/race for everyone
We talk to Speed River’s sports psychologist about setting and sticking to running-related goals and resolutions.
If there’s one thing that all runners can agree on it’s that running on the treadmill sucks! Make it suck less with these creative and effective efforts.
Finding the time to run and train over the holidays can be tough but will help beat the guilt and gluttony of the season.
Winter-like conditions have arrived in most parts of the country which means running and training has basically become harder. Whether it’s slippery, icy sidewalks; sloppy snow-covered trails; or the unrelenting cold temperatures and biting […]
When winter is at its worst, opting to stay indoors and using an indoor track or treadmill may be the safest and most effective way to get a run in.
Everyone struggles to find the motivation to run and train. Accept that as part of the journey and then use these creative solutions to stick with your running routine.
By celebrating your past success and planning for future ones, the post-marathon period is an excellent time to relax and recharge both your body and your mind.
Late-season workouts should be considered opportunities to practice and perfect the fitness you already have by running at goal race pace.